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Rafaella Resources Limited has commenced infill geochemistry at Bonza Bore at its Sandstone Project. The Sandstone Project is located 640km north-east of Perth and 700km north north-west of Kalgoorlie.

Surrounding towns are Sandstone, Wiluna, and Meekatharra. Many gold geochemistry anomalies have been discovered and published at Sandstone but due to the lack of data on these anomalies, Rafaella decided last year, to complete a programme in the region. The programme will comprise of 2,902 sample locations. Approximately 500 samples will be completed in the survey.

Once the survey is completed, samples will be submitted to ALS geochemistry for gold analysis. Rafaella is hoping that the combined results will provide its technical team with enough coverage and information to plan an air core drilling campaign.

Rafaella’s Executive Director Ashley Hood comments on the Company’s enthusiasm about its recent advancements:

“Historical data shows that Bonza Bore is an area of great potential, and further studies from our team have validated this. In addition to Bonza Bore, we have identified three other key targets at Sandstone. We look forward to keeping the market informed as the survey results are received and analysed.”

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